Hugo B. Flores
Hugo Flores is an Associate at Kabateck LLP with experience providing litigation support to the firm’s robust trial team.
Mr. Flores has extensive experience handling all aspects of legal cases, including drafting motions and memoranda, preparing pleading papers for personal injury lawsuits, conducting filmed client interviews in preparation for mediation, and writing in-depth mediation demand packages for California Wildfire Victims.
Before joining the firm, Hugo gained legal experience while serving as a legal intern and student mediator for the Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution. He handled various tasks, including in-depth intakes on client conflicts, consumer debt, landlord-tenant, and divorce disputes. Upon completing his clinical mediation externship, Hugo received a Mediation Certificate, satisfying the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act.
Mr. Flores received his law degree from Loyola Law School in 2021. At Loyola, Hugo worked as the Library Reference Research assistant, conducting complex legal research involving case law, federal regulations, legislative history, and academic papers.
In 2017, Hugo served as a civil rights legal intern for the Washington Lawyers’ Committee in Washington D.C. Hugo analyzed public policy issues such as workers’ rights and racial and economic segregation. He also counseled prisoners on how to file formal complaints about violent attacks, sexual assault, and lack of medical treatment while incarcerated. He was named a Loyola Public Interest Scholar in 2017.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Personal Injury
- Loyola Law School. J.D., 2021
- University of California, San Diego. B.A. in Political Science/Public Law, 2017
- Central District of California